Photography: Médecins Sans Frontières: South Sudan: Peace, What Peace: MSF11_jw_4233

‘When the attack happened I was very sad. When I heard what happened to my niece, I wanted to kill myself. I started thinking about the youngest child because I know that his mother has died. When I looked to him, I was still so sad. I had to change because I am the one to take care of him. I had to forget everything and just take care of the children.’Tibisa Chol Gach's sister in Hai Majak, an area of Nasir with many displaced from Torkej. Tibisa's daughter was killed in the attack, leaving her and her sister to care for the children.

‘When the attack happened I was very sad. When I heard what happened to my niece, I wanted to kill myself. I started thinking about the youngest child because I know that his mother has died. When I looked to him, I was still so sad. I had to change because I am the one to take care of him. I had to forget everything and just take care of the children.’ 

Tibisa Chol Gach's sister in Hai Majak, an area of Nasir with many displaced from Torkej. Tibisa's daughter was killed in the attack, leaving her and her sister to care for the children.